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Old 09-15-2020, 01:32 PM
Shawn Everette Shawn Everette is offline
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If there's power to the coil and it's "sensing" a temp drop that's not actually occurring, then it could be interference that shielding the wire could fix. If the coil is losing power and there's an actual drop then that won't do anything, then something is probably still wrong with the controller, but that could just possibly be changing a parameter that determines how fast it reacts to a temperature drop.
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